Dimitra Making Strides in the Brazilian Agricultural Market
Dimitra and Ceres Agrointeligencia support the Brazilian agriculture industry with technology
BELIZE CITY, BELIZE — Dimitra Incorporated, a global Agtech company on a mission to make its technology available to farmers globally, is working with Ceres Agrointeligencia. This Brazilian organization specializes in providing services and technological solutions for agribusiness. Dimitra and Ceres Agrointeligencia are exploring the Brazilian agricultural market, starting with the southern region of Brazil.
The south of Brazil is a leading agricultural producer in Brazil. It is responsible for 70% of the wheat and soybeans, 65% of the grapes, and approximately 50% of the corn and rice produced. Also noteworthy is cotton, sugarcane, oranges, and coffee production. Specifically, the first region Dimitra and Ceres Agrointeligencia are focusing on is Paraná, which consists of more than 400,000 farms. It has dozens of cooperatives, some of which are the world’s largest.
The Inova Invest Program
Ceres and Dimitra have been approved for the Inova Invest program. This program explores tools and technological solutions that help advance trade and traceability for trade export companies, international buyers, and national and foreign investors.
Invest Paraná, an indispensable institution created to support local companies and new investments, is promoting the Inova Invest Program. Invest Paraná acts as a bridge between the government and private sectors, helping to collect data, provide information and make strategic decisions.
Building a Strong Ecosystem
With Invest Paraná and the Inova Invest Program, Dimitra and Ceres will build a strong ecosystem, allowing them to offer several services to farmers and agricultural institutions. In addition to the Connected Farmer app, which helps the farmers to produce more, services and market reports will be offered to companies and cooperatives.
Despite Paraná being a state with large, high-tech farmers, tens of thousands still struggle to make ends meet. One of the first objectives of these organizations working together is to find a way to support projects that are strengthening these small farmers and regional agricultural products. These organizations will help these farmers by sharing knowledge and allowing farmers to offer traceability on their products, which helps to increase the value of what they produce.
Carl Amorim, the Director of Ceres, says, “This partnership with Dimitra and Invest Paraná will allow us to reach many small farmers and help them to change their lives with technology and specialized services, such as remote technical assistance. Today, it’s difficult and expensive for small farmers to access high-edge technology and technical assistance, and with Dimitra, we will help universalize access to knowledge.”
Diego Costa, Dimitra’s Director for Latin America, says, “it’s a great honor to be chosen as a partner of Ceres and to be approved in such a relevant program as Inova Invest. By working with Invest Paraná, we will have the opportunity to reach farmers more effectively.”
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